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The thousands of textiles currently housed at the Brooklyn Museum are prime examples of the vast global history of textile making and sewing traditions in New York City. In participation with New York.

Look closely to see that there is some sort of pattern in there.  Triangles meet to form diamonds.  Sooooo busy.  Scrappy quilt that while isn't a "crazy" quilt, actually is very crazy.

Inspiring color and pattern in quilt by Anna Williams of Louisiana from Brooklyn Museum of Art's textile collection.

Brooklyn Museum

The thousands of textiles currently housed at the Brooklyn Museum are prime examples of the vast global history of textile making and sewing traditions in New York City. In participation with New York.

Brooklyn Museum

The thousands of textiles currently housed at the Brooklyn Museum are prime examples of the vast global history of textile making and sewing traditions in New York City. In participation with New York.

detail of silk Kurotomesode, Late Meiji to mid-Taisho era (1900-1920). Yorke Antique Textiles

Detail of silk Kurotomesode, Late Meiji to mid-Taisho era Yorke Antique Textiles.

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